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· October, 2007

Stories about Bangladesh from October, 2007

Bangladesh: 1971 and War Criminals

Bangladesh: General Moeen at Harvard

Bangladesh: Changing Dhaka

Bangladesh: Bloggers mobilise against domestic violence

(Logo credit: Amnesty International) October is Domestic Violence Awareness month in the USA, devoted to connecting battered women’s advocates across the nation to work together to end violence against women...

Bangladesh: Bloggers, the media and the army chief

The political arena of Bangladesh heated up after the Eid holidays. Bloggers cum citizen journalists had a role to play in this. J Rahman at Mukti has some background: Earlier...

Bangladesh: Corruption and General

Bangladesh: National ID

Bangladesh: Art, Brick Lane, female writers and Bangla E-Books

Enough with politics that usually dominate the posts in the Bangladeshi blogosphere. Let's start this week's round-up with some arts, movies and literature related pieces. Sid of Serious Golmal writes...

Bangladesh: Questions for the Army Chief

Bangladesh: No Exhibition

Bangladesh: Dhaka Stock Exchange

Bangladesh: On Corruption

Bangladesh: Denying Genocide

Bangladesh: Bloggers protest internet user profiling

It all started when an exclusive report from E-Bangladesh exposed a memo of Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) which instructed 72 Internet Service Providers (ISP) of Bangladesh to submit their...

Bangladesh: Traditional Media and Blogs

Catching Up with Rising Voices Outreach Projects

Since we last visited the Rising Voices outreach award winners, much progress has been made, including the introduction of the world's first weblog in the Andean indigenous language of Aymara....

Bangladesh: Geneva Camp in Dhaka

Bangladesh: Bloggers demand release of detained cartoonist

Zafa Noor writes in E-Bangladesh: “It has been two weeks since Arifur Rahman’s cartoon “Naam” was published which prompted the Bangladesh police to take him to jail and lock him...

Bangladesh: Garment Workers and Livelihood

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